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Support & Opportunities for Women in Technology

Join others interested in technology careers, learn about internship opportunities and network with career professionals.

Women in Technology (WIT) is a CCBC organization that is focused on providing support and opportunities to women in STEM related fields. We hold monthly meetings that feature female guest speakers from industry that share their personal stories and expertise about working in male dominated fields.

Goals for Women in Technology:

  1. Provide support to female STEM students to assist in achieving their professional goals.
  2. Increase and retain female participation and enrollment in STEM.
  3. Provide resources and internship opportunities.
  4. Provide mentoring opportunities with faculty or industry mentors.
  5. Build a community where women feel supported and comfortable.
  6. Host social and outreach activities.
Join us!


The group meets monthly during the fall and spring semesters typically on Wednesdays at 3 p.m. We normally meet on the second Wednesday of the month.

For Fall 2020 we will meet virtually via Zoom.


We organize regular events for our organization members and the community. We attend conferences, social/networking gatherings with industry partners and host our own social events. We also sponsor a summer technology camp for high school females that is held at CCBC annually.


Industry partnerships are at the heart of educational collaborations between the CCBC Cybersecurity Institute and regional technology employers. As such, CCBC works closely with employers, associations and government agencies in the creation and development of internship and apprenticeship opportunities for students.

The Cybersecurity Advisory Board – consisting of technology employers in the Greater Baltimore area – serve to guide CCBC in the development of courses directly related to industry standards, including work-related activities that students may find in actual employment.

For additional information, please contact Ed Roberts at eroberts@ccbcmd.edu or 443.840.4526.

Tech Club

Formerly known as Cyber Club, the CCBC Tech Club was launched in 2014 with the dedication of the Cybersecurity Institute. Tech Club meetings serve to bring employers and technology students together for periodic sessions to discuss industry trends and employment opportunities in the fields of Cybersecurity, Digital Forensics, Network Technology and Computer Science/Information Technology.

Tech Club meetings are open to all students regardless of major or area of concentration.

For additional information, please contact Ed Roberts at eroberts@ccbcmd.edu or 443.840.4526.

Chin-Nithianandam Women in Technology Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to a female student(s) who is enrolled full-time in one of the following programs: Cybersecurity, Digital Forensics, Network Technology, Computer Science or Information Technology.

Applicant must be a Maryland resident who has earned a minimum cumulative CCBC GPA of 3.0. Student must demonstrate financial need by filing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

The award recipient will be expected to participate in three Women in Technology events and activities per semester.

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